After reaching three-month highs on a better-than-expected jobs report last Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Turning back to domestic events, Walt Disney
In the latest potential case of banking fraud, the New York State Department of Financial Services accused British bank Standard Chartered of laundering money for Iran. The allegations shaved 23% of the bank's share price, despite the bank's strong rejection of the charges.
Market watchers can also expect an update on founder Richard Schulze's offer to buy out Best Buy
Only one economic report is due out today. The Federal Reserve releases its consumer credit report at 3 p.m. EDT, although this report rarely affects markets, as it trails other consumer spending indicators. Analysts believe consumers borrowed $10 billion in June, down from $17.1 billion in May.
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